Senario - You owe plenty on debt, your deferment is about to run out & you cannot refile, you've cut back and budgeted all that you can, you and your husband had been borrowing from overdraft protection and pawning items just to survive. You've been out of work for a year (or so), working survival minimum wage, or crossing state line for a waged job, and you're just sick of the financial situation. Suddenly, you've been invited for an interview for a decent paying salaried job in Iowa (and you live in Kansas). Job prospects look very good for this new position. With the costs of living expenses and child care, you will still be ahead financially with this new job. And, out of excitement, you accept. Later, you tell your husband about the good news and he responds by saying, "But that's just too far!".
If everything is perfect (financially, child care, and a big boost - i.e. grandparents and more money for family) and your husband says those dreaded words, how do you tell your husband enough's enough, that the family just can't be living this way (broken down) and the smart thing is to accept the job?
Asked by Anonymous at 11:15 AM on Jan. 31, 2011 in Relationships
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